Judaism offers the same baroque supernatural possibilities that Christianity does. So why is it rarely a universal source for genre filmmakers? And what does it say about human evil?
The 20th-century master of horror admired Hitler but married a Jew and hated ‘alien’ cultures but created some of the most memorable ones in literature
Shirley Jackson’s biographer talks about the American author’s Jewish connections, including a kugel recipe passed down by her mother-in-law
With Penguin Classics’ recent republication of ‘Songs of a Dead Dreamer’ and ‘Grimscribe,’ a new look at the worst-case scenarios of the universe
The master of horror talks Goosebumps, scaring kids, and his Passover Seders
Goosebumps writer to be honored by Horror Writers Association
Fighting reanimated Hezbollah ghouls, the IDF’s heroes never lose their cool
Happy early Halloween, teen horror fans
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